It’s resolution time– a chance to reshape or reform some area of our life. It’s a fresh start. A judgement-free opportunity to refocus our efforts on what is good and pure and wholesome.
Part of being a regenerative farm is making sure the farmer is regenerated as well. Last week Daniel, our two boys, and I were able to get off the farm and head to the mountains of Colorado.
Chatting with like-minded farmers is always a treat and it was such an honor to have Dan James show us around their farm. Colorado raw milk laws are different, so they turn most of their milk into cheese and sell it in their farm store. One unique difference is that they have restaurant on the farm as well!
It was great to get away, but we are also grateful to be back at home on our farm. Being away always helps put things into perspective.
We came away from the trip even more committed to our farm being regenerative for the whole: the earth, animals, food, people and community. Our hope is that this regenerative effort passes on to you as well.
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Here’s to regeneration for all: the earth, animals, food, farmer, and consumer!